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TV Azteca will broadcast Super Bowl LVI, despite continuing without ‘Ritual’

by archysport

Mexico City /

The NFL will be rebroadcasting! Aztec TV announced this Thursday that the Super Bowl LVI of the 2021 season, despite the fact that for the second consecutive year they ran out of ‘Ritual’, program that had the best plays and scores of all the games on Sunday at noon.

Thus, Enrique Garay, Joaquín ‘Coach’ Castillo and Ines Sainz will be in charge of narrate the actions of the game for the title that will take place on February 13 in the brand new stadium of the Rams and Chargers, SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Last season TV Azteca went through the same situation, given that failed to broadcast any regular season action, but yes were present at the meeting between the Buccaneers and the Chiefs, in which the team led by Tom Brady was crowned.

Why is TV Azteca no longer playing the NFL?

Prior to the 2020 season, it transpired that TV Azteca could not reach an agreement with the NFL for the rights match broadcasting, so they left the fans without ‘Ritual’, a fact that was taken advantage of by TUDN to create ‘Blitz’ with the same format as its competition from Ajusco.

A) Yes, Ricardo Salinas Pliego’s television station decided to put the regular season aside and focus on the Super Bowl, which is one of the top-grossing events of the year.


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